Recurrent Processing Enhances Visual Awareness but Is Not Necessary for Fast Categorization of Natural Scenes

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Humans are rapid in categorizing natural scenes. Electrophysiological recordings reveal that scenes containing animals can be categorized within 150 msec, which has been interpreted to indicate that feedforward flow of information from V1 to higher visual areas is sufficient for visual categorization. However, recent studies suggest that recurrent… (More)
DOI: 10.1162/jocn_a_00486

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@article{Koivisto2014RecurrentPE, title={Recurrent Processing Enhances Visual Awareness but Is Not Necessary for Fast Categorization of Natural Scenes}, author={Mika Koivisto and Granit Kastrati and Antti Revonsuo}, journal={Journal of cognitive neuroscience}, year={2014}, volume={26 2}, pages={223-31} }